Mac Curtis: Vencore Gets $365M in Govt Contracts for Systems Engineering, Integration Services

Mac Curtis
Mac Curtis

Vencore has received approximately $365 million in contracts to provide systems engineering and integration services to U.S. government agencies.

The company said Thursday it will perform work over a period of six years under the multiple contracts, which were logged in the fourth quarter of Vencore’s fiscal year 2016.

Mac Curtis, president and CEO of Vencore and an inductee into Executive Mosaic‘s Wash100 for 2016, said the company is honored to have been chosen to perform systems engineering and integration work for U.S. government clients.

Vencore’s announcement comes five months after it secured a potential $400 million systems integration and engineering support contract from an unidentified U.S. government agency.

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